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327th Fighter Group, USAAF

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Those known to have served with  327th Fighter Group, USAAF  during the Second World War 1939-1945.

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2nd Lt. Maurice Joseph "Murray" Wasser 325th Fighter Squadron

My beloved father, Murray Wasser, was a member of the 325th Fighter Squadron in Italy. He was shot down on his 13th mission over Salzburg, Austria and was a POW at Stalag VIIA. He passed away in April, 2007 and when looking through his things, I found his POW dog tags. My father's POW number was 147023. What shocked me was that those numbers are the same as in my birthday; 01/23/47! My sister made a necklace for me of the tags and I wear them proudly everyday.

I'm trying to find out what kind of metal they are made of. They have some rust and/or oxidation on them and I don't want to use something harmful. If anyone knows the type of metal used on those tags, please contact me. Thank you so very much!

Sandi Wasser Falk

F. B. Peacock 327 Sqdn.

My father, 2/Lt F. B. Peacock was shot down with William Lavies.

Francis Peacock

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